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My council house is damp – what can I do about it?

This post is a very basic guide I have written to help tenants and homeowners with mould related damp problems. You don’t need any technical knowledge to understand this stuff. I meet lots of people who are pulling their hair out over mould and really – once you have a handle on why it happens […]

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Goodbye Mould and condensation – with Bpec training

    The reason behind the course – it’s not just about mould and condensation.   Mould and condensation go hand in hand. As an experienced damp surveyor many of the calls I receive are about mould.   Its smelly, spoils decorations and can aggravate poor health conditions. Of course, as I’ve written before, much […]

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